"Quantum Computers are not magic, they are an amazing feat of engineering."

- ERIC LEERSSEN - MSc student

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QuTech Academy

To build the first quantum computer and quantum internet, QuTech works together with talented students with in-depth knowledge in the areas of both quantum physics and computer science & engineering. Do you have the drive to explore what no one has explored before? Find out what QuTech Academy has to offer.
  • Enrol now in the MOOC Quantum Cryptography

    The MOOC Quantum Cryptography is now open, you can still enrol via Learn how quantum communication provides security that is guaranteed by the laws of nature in this 10 week course.
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  • MOOC Quantum Cryptography starts soon

    On 30 October the second round of the MOOC Quantum Cryptography will start. You will learn how to use quantum effects, such as quantum entanglement and uncertainty. Enrol now at!                 
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  • Follow QuTech Academy on Facebook

    You can now follow the QuTech Academy on Facebook. Have a look at the pictures and the videos to get a glimpse of daily life at QuTech. Like our page and you will stay up to date on the latest news and projects.  
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  • Courses at QuTech Academy

    • MSc courses & projects

      QuTech needs great students with the drive and talent to help us accelerate the effort to build the first quantum computer and quantum internet.

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    • Online courses

      What is a quantum computer and what is a quantum internet? QuTech Academy offers online courses for students of all levels.

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    In progress: new online course

    Discover quantum computers and the quantum internet. Learn the principles and promises behind these developments and how they will impact our future. The course ‘Quantum Computers and Quantum Internet: How can they change the world?’ will go live on in 2018.

    See what students do at QuTech

    Guanzhong Wang – MSc student at QuTech – explaining his Master’s Thesis on Majorana signatures. “The next few years is really going to be an exiting time in our field. And I really want to be there when we eventually have a topological qubit.”

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